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touching genitals in sleep

My daughter has seizures and he is under the care of a homeopath,

SHe is currently using Belladonna for her and seems that seizure is controlled (manifested as touching the shirt and moves up to chest, then fumbling on the stomach area as if rubbing, and sometimes accompanied by moaning). Then later on touches genitals. Or sometimes she touches the genitals first and hands stay on the genitals. The touching of genitals happen only during sleep. This genital thing seemed hard to go away with Bell. I tried the online Remedy Finder of abchomeopathy.com and I find none. Please help! or are there other online Remedy Finder? Thanks!
  Jane77 on 2016-12-23
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What is her date of birth and when did this problem start?
sameervermani 5 years ago
Hi Sameer, thanks for the replu.

Birthdate: Mar 20. 2006

I forgot when did this touching of genitals started but seizures started last Oct / Nov 2010 (she was 4yrs old then)
Jane77 5 years ago
Given that this is a pretty chronic issue, more information is needed.

Tell me more about these seizures. What happens in them? What if anything is a trigger for them? What gives relief if anything?

Also, talk about her general temperament outside of the seizures as well.

Anything peculiar about her mentally, emotionally, physically mutt be mentioned.

What are the diseases that run on both sides of the family?

Also, lastly, you are asking for a remedy while being the care of another homeopath. If I do analyze the case, and prescribe something, won't that be an issue ?
sameervermani 5 years ago

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